New York Times

The New York Times

I will be writing for The New York Times Scientist at Work ‘Notes from the field’ blog for the next few weeks. The following links are the recent posts to the blog (not just my contributions). I will also be posting direct links to my contributions on my main blog page.  Or you can jump straight to my NY Times Blog

 

 

 

The Times will continue to work with scientists to tell the stories of their research from near and distant locations — but the experiences will no longer be captured in this format. [...]
Fri, Jun 07, 2013
New York Times - Scientist at Work
It's hard enough to find a slow loris in the forests of Vietnam--so addressing the complex threats to the species is all the harder. [...]
Wed, May 29, 2013
New York Times - Scientist at Work
On the last day on the river, signs of both hope and despair are found, proving that there's still time for the Mekong River. But not much. [...]
Tue, May 28, 2013
New York Times - Scientist at Work
A researcher and his family watched as pairs of Irrawaddy dolphins breached and frolicked, their whimsical play in sharp contrast to the species' grim reality. [...]
Fri, May 24, 2013
New York Times - Scientist at Work
The harvest from Tonle Sap had almost doubled between 1940 and 1995, while the number of people fishing has quadrupled during that period, cutting the per-fisher catch in half. [...]
Thu, May 23, 2013
New York Times - Scientist at Work